I am new to this experience, but with my life experiences I would say that I definitely bring variety to the table. I won't lie and say that I have an extensive educational background. However, what I might lack in college degrees, I make up for with my creativity and "street smarts".
In my "everyday" life, I've work a variety of jobs. I've worked in areas such as food service, retail sales, customer service, loss prevention, management, and warehouse work. In my "after hours" life, I've also worked a variety of jobs. I've worked in areas such as event security, teaching, competitive dancing, public speaking, and computer repair. One of my main "after hours" activities is Professional Wrestling. I've been in that field since 2006. Along with that, I've also been able to dabble into other areas of the entertainment field. I've hosted my own television show, worked extensively with photographic and video cameras, video/audio/picture editing, television production, casting, acting, stunt work, event organization, commentating, p.a. announcing, and marketing.